Give Your Pup His Own Bed

Give Your Pup His Own Bed
30 Sep

We all love our beds, they’re comfortable and warm, and they suit us just right, and we make sure they do. Rarely do we put up with a bed that’s less than perfect if we don’t have to. So, let’s talk about why your dog’s bed is just as important as your bed. Benefits You’d be surprised to hear the…

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8 Rules to Ensure the Best Dog Park Experience

8 Rules to Ensure the Best Dog Park Experience
13 Jun

Dog parks are everywhere these days. Dog lovers now have their own communities to safely walk and exercise their dogs. Dog parks are a great place for your dog to get some outside time and socialize. For the safety of your dog and others, here are some basic rules and courtesies to follow. 1. Choose the Right Park A park…

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Canine Anxiety Doesn’t Just Affect Rescue Dogs

Canine Anxiety Doesn’t Just Affect Rescue Dogs
06 Jun

How to Recognize and Remedy Anxious Dogs It is very common to have an anxious house pet. Anxious dogs can be especially troubling due to the way they manifest that anxiety. You might not recognize that behaviors like, chewing up or destroying household items or furniture, are signs that your dog is anxious. Non-stop barking, groaning, and even aggression are…

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How to Properly Rehome a Dog

How to Properly Rehome a Dog
19 Apr

We all know that many families get a dog only to realize they cannot properly care for it, or the dog has become an inconvenience. As I mentioned in my last post, “Dog Ownership – It’s Your Responsibility,” it’s important to remember that owning a dog is a commitment, and dogs should never be taken home on a whim. So…

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How to Recognize and Remedy a Mildly Anxious Dog

How to Recognize and Remedy a Mildly Anxious Dog
10 Apr

Anxious dogs are not uncommon, and an anxious dog is not always a rescue. An anxious dog becomes difficult because of the way he manifests that anxiety. You might not recognize behaviors like chewing or destroying household items or furniture, as signs that your dog is anxious. Non-stop barking, self-grooming, and even aggression are signs of an anxious dog. Too…

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